Terence O’Brien

Assessing the Gulf of Maine through acoustics and bio-optics
Photo of Terrence standing on a boat with a life jacket.

Terence is a MS Oceanography student advised by Doug Vandemark. Studying physical-biological interactions, he is using optical sensors and acoustic instruments in-situ to investigate biogenic and inorganic constituents of the water column. This research has implications for water quality monitoring, ecosystem assessment, and ocean carbon capture.

Find out more about OPAL's Coastal Carbon Research.